Since the start of 2020 we have been affected by one factor more than any other in this world - and that is the current Human Coronavirus Pandemic. Never before has a humanly transmissible virus of this virus type had such an impact on the health of people on Earth. - Restrictions are finally being lifted - it is not yet clear whether the crisis has finally ended or long from over.
On 21st January 2020 the first U.S. case of the COVID-19 was identified - a man returning to the States from China was found to be infected with the virus. It appears to have originated from a wet fish market in Wuhan, though some have argued it ultimately came from the adjacent virology laboratory. Origins Investigations are actively underway.
Where we stand now, at the beginning of 2022, this virus is estimated to have infected over 400 million people - though numbers may be much larger than that - while close to six million are confirmed to have died as a result of COVID-19 (caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus). Levels of transmission of the virus have been high, above all the Omicron variant.
Whether you recover from a viral illness easily or you end up being hospitalized, largely depends on your overall state of health, especially upon the effectiveness of your immune system. Adults, children, elderly and newborns, male and female, persons of all races and nationalities - none of us is immune from being infected by viruses and contracting viral illnesses.
Once a virus invades a person's body, it uses that human as its host so as to survive and replicate. While infected by a virus - such as SARS-CoV2 - a person may become ill. In the case of COVID-19 (with several similarities to influenza) emergency actions must be taken when certain symptoms present themselves - including hospitalization if required.
Viruses do affect different people to varying extents. While one individual can escape with a light cough or mere head-aches, another person can end up being dependent on life-support. - Sadly, many viral infections lead to serious illness and long-term debilitative conditions. There is no predicting how severely someone will be impacted by a specific virus.
Not all of us prove resilient enough to survive viral illnesses. 35 million people are estimated to have died from AIDS since the 1980's while the relatively ancient Smallpox virus has been responsible for causing hundreds of millions of deaths worldwide. COVID-19 - in just two painful years - has caused an inestimable amount of family tragedies and personal losses on Earth.
We have been battling against this specific coronavirus for over two years now -yet it is not clear if the end is in sight. During the time it took for a vaccine to be approved, existing medications such as Hydroxychloroquine - an anti-malarial in fact - were initially used. Dozens of COVID-19 vaccines are now in use, though there is disagreement about which ones are most effective. Now, several antiviral pills have been approved for use, one being 90% effective against hospitalization, though they are not being promoted to the same degree as vaccines. COVID-19 has been slowed down in its tracks, the mortality rates lower. However, it appears that more can be done to minimize COVID-19 risks - in the direction of nutrition.
- Scientific research has shown that specific dietary ingredients deter viruses via a variety of biochemical mechanisms.
- Evidence confirms that several ingredients increase responsiveness of the immune system.
- It has also been proven that certain nutrients can increase vaccine efficacy and decrease side effect risks.
It turns out that inclusion of fermented foods in one's diet - such as sauerkraut, kimchi and miso, to name just three - has been shown to bear a strong correlation with low susceptibility to COVID-19 illness, across whole populations. In fact, the level of consumption of fermented food turned out to be the only variable reaching genuine statistical significance in regard to COVID‐19 death rates across nations.
A graduate in 4 subjects - including medicine and pharmacy degrees - Prof. Jean Bousquet, former Chair of the WHO Global Alliance against Chronic Respiratory Diseases, is one of the most vocal advocates of the ability of a diet to have anti-viral effects, having published many landmark papers on the protective potential of fermented foods. He established the negative effects of their dietary absence.
After publishing one study on this topic in June 2020, Professor Bousquet gave an interview in which he stated that his findings proved: "the correlation between high consumption of fermented vegetables and the low COVID-19 fatality rates, not 'the-cause-and-effect' between them". As a scientist, he was willing to accept that more observations would need to be collated in order to prove any causality.
A Stanford research project, published a year later, gave further corroboration to Professor Bousquet's viewpoint, arriving at a more accurate level of quantification in terms of the impact of fermented food on COVID-19 outcomes. - It is observed there that: “For each gram per day increase in the average national consumption of fermented vegetables, the risk for COVID-19 mortality fell by 35.4% ”.
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An 'Anti-Viral Diet' has been extensively corroborated by science and is gradually being accepted as an integral part of how people may protect themselves against viruses and treat viral illnesses - one other option to make use of alongside vaccines and antiviral medications. However, Food Science does not currently receive even 1% as much financing as pharmaceutical or vaccine-related research. 10% of the profit from sales of the 'AVD' book are being donated towards essential projects in Anti-Viral Dietary Research.
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Edouard d'Araille - Project Lead of Phase 1 of the 'AVD Research Project' - writes about an 'Anti-Viral Diet' that: "Regarding the effects of diet on disease, it is known that healthy, balanced nutrition has greater impact on immunity to viruses than any single vaccine. Science has proven this beyond a shadow of doubt."
'AVD' is a 3-Phase Research Project launched by The Academy of the Third Millennium (A3M). Phase 1 of this scientific inquiry is now complete and a summary of the findings are presented in the volume 'AVD: The Anti-Viral Diet' (2020-2022) available from this site. Information about the progress and purpose of Phases 2 and 3 of this ongoing A3M research program will be shared here soon and at the website A3M.International.
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